Carlos Miller | A San Antonio man taking photos of his wife’s soon-to-be medical practice was attacked by a plainclothes cop.
Police State USA | A man may never walk again after he was shot in his driveway by a constable who had showed up to his home regarding unpaid parking tickets.
CSMonitor | The move could trigger impeachment proceedings against President Obama, said his senior adviser, Dan Pfeiffer.
Daniel McAdams | “That is a misrepresentation of what I say. I don’t blame America. I am America, you are America.”
EAG News | Bloomberg’s “three dangerous explanations” are patently false.
Wall St Journal | Baseline Study to Try to Create Picture From the Project’s Findings.
New American | The press has certainly been bad for the ATF.
Michael Krieger | The Obama Administration’s Orwellian government employee snitch network, dubbed the “Insider Threat Program,” first made headlines about a year ago.
Washington Examiner | “A festering legal uncertainty and chill for the free press rights.”
Washington’s Blog | Brain-Eating Parasites, Texting While Driving, Toddlers, Lightning, Falling Out of Bed, Alcoholism, Food Poisoning, a Financial Crash, Obesity, Medical Errors or “Autoerotic Asphyxiation”.
ITN News | Police are coming under mounting pressure to reveal details of a mysterious spyplane said to eavesdrop on mobile phone calls.
Mac Slavo | Stands charged with ‘interfering with a public meeting’ and ‘resisting arrest.’
Washington’s Blog | American Academic Embraces the Logic of Terrorists.
Daisy Luther | The Michigan Department of Agriculture must be so proud of their deeds.
Reuters | All New York City police officers are expected to undergo retraining in the wake of a man’s death on a city sidewalk shortly after he was placed in a chokehold.
Mikael Thalen | A business district in Kent, Wash. was evacuated Monday morning after a suspicious bag was discovered on a Metro bus.
The Apple Core | Jonathan Zdziarski has detailed several undocumented services that run in the background on over 600 million iOS devices.
The Daily Sheeple | Donald Sacco was on his way to play bingo last week when he was attacked in Florida.
London Guardian | Human Rights Watch documents ‘sting’ operations.
The Register | Some new ban obviously in order. Radios? Children?
RT | British intelligence is permitted to go further in surveillance than similar agencies in other Western countries.
Washington’s Blog | The Untold Story In the NSA Spying Scandal: Blackmail.
London Independent | “An intimate nude photo of someone in a sexually compromising situation.”
William Norman Grigg | “They never knocked on the door! No nothing! I just heard the gunshots!”
Prison Planet.com | Our reporters witnessed firsthand FEMA facilitating a new illegal alien detention facility.
London Guardian | Nude photographs picked up of people in “sexually compromising” situations are routinely passed around.
Prison Planet.com | Nightly News host David Knight covers the news and features Alex’s special report centered around a disturbing Guardian Centers video.
Michael Krieger | Melon Felon.
London Guardian | Edward Snowden, the NSA whistleblower, talks exclusively to Alan Rusbridger, editor-in-chief of the Guardian.
London Guardian | George Brandis’s new spying laws will include measure to criminalise media reporting of Snowden-style leaks.
Prison Planet.com | Pro-abortion activist believe in the right to choose, unless you choose something they don’t agree with. Be tolerant or liberals will beat you into submission.
USA TODAY | California water regulators Tuesday approved fines for washing cars, watering lawns or hosing down sidewalks.
Lew Rockwell Blog | As the deadlocked jury was dismissed in the trial of Delaware resident Michael W. Rogers, at least half of them favored the defendant with a smile.
Prison Planet.com | The U.S. government is involved in an online smear campaign.
Daisy Luther | The Texas Department of Public Safety might as well be called the Texas Department of Public Invasiveness.
Mikael Thalen | DEA “intentionally established a pattern of distribution of crack cocaine.”
The Hill | Germany’s parliamentary committee investigating the National Security Agency is mulling using manual typewriters to make sure American agents don’t snoop on its work.
The Hill | President will be able to speak to the country at the flip of a switch.
RT | Civil liberties groups are making a legal challenge against the alleged use of mass surveillance by UK intelligence services.
London Guardian | NSA whistleblower says it ‘defies belief’ that bill must be rushed through after government ignored issue for a year.
Prison Planet.com | Across the world it is considered one of the final taboos — but a Sydney judge has suggested that incest is on a par with homosexuality.
Prison Planet.com | The last vestiges of the America republic can still be found in small cities such as Murrieta and Temecula, California.
Daily Caller | DHS has asked Catholic churches in California to temporarily house and feed groups of Central American migrants until 2016.
Breitbart | On Friday, a top elected official in Virginia accused the Obama administration of valuing the privacy of illegal immigrants more than that of Americans.
Steve Watson | While the White House publicly denounced UK government’s actions, spy chiefs secretly lauded it.
Paul Joseph Watson | Sheriff’s Deputy: “Are you a badass, is that what you’re saying?”
London Guardian | At least 80% of all audio calls, not just metadata, are recorded and stored in the US, says whistleblower William Binney – that’s a ‘totalitarian mentality’.
Lew Rockwell Blog | At least one police agency has been authorized to create child pornography in order to prosecute a teenager accused of that offense.
Michael Krieger | Northeast establishment politicians attacking the state of Colorado for its own internal decisions.
Huffington Post | An 86-year-old photographer and four other Americans who were entered into a massive “suspicious activity” database for innocent activities filed suit Thursday.